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In our twenty-third episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss a crime spree that took place in London Ontario during the 1960s-1980s that left dozens dead and many more with unanswered questions. On October 4, 1969, Jackie English needed a ride home from work. She had just gotten a second job working at The Me…
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In our twenty-second episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss Canada's oldest documented case of demonic possession, the story of Barbe Hallay of 1660. Barbe Hallay would find employment at Beauport, New France (outside modern-day Quebec City) as a teenager. However, not long after getting her position there,…
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In our twenty-first episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss The Lost Lemmon Mine. In 1870, Joe Lemmon and Blackjack were prospecting near the North Saskatchewan River not far from Calgary, Alberta. They would find gold placer deposits along the shoreline, and quickly found the primary gold vein. After mining…
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In our twentieth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss The Mad Trapper Of Sheslay. Michael Oros, or The Mad Trapper Of Sheslay, moved to Alaska in an attempt to avoid being drafted into the Vietnam War. After finding the conditions in Fairbanks too desolate, he moved south, into northern British Columbia t…
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In our nineteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss The Bell Island Boom. Right before noon on Sunday, April 2, 1978, a massive explosion rocked a small mining island in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Bickford family farm had exploded. Within days, military officials from Canada, Russia, and the USSR d…
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In our eighteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss The Disappearance of Nick and Lisa Masee. The Masse's disappeared from their North Vancouver home on August 11, 1994. Nick was a former banker with the BMO, and was known for his dealings on the Vancouver Stock Exchange, the "scam capital of the world…
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In our seventeeth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss The Baldoon Mystery. This story is a famous story out of Ontario in the former community of Baldoon. The McDonald family would move onto the property to start a life of their own, only for unexplained paranormal happenings to start occurring. After a …
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In our sixteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss Ronald Bax, who shot and killed Krystal Senyk on March 1st, 1992. Following the murder, Bax disappeared and has been missing for over thirty years. Various theories exist as to what happened to him, from taking his own life to starting a new life under…
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In our fifteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the famous Canadian legend of the Wendigo. While most people have heard of the Wendigo, this episode digs deeper into the legend and discusses historical accounts of the creatures. One of the stories includes that of the famous Wendigo killer jack Fidd…
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In our fourteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the mysterious deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman in 2017. Once the 15th wealthiest people in Canada, they were found dead in their mansion. From botched police investigations, bad blood within the family, and two very strange statues, this unsolved my…
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In our thirteenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the strange 1967 encounter Stephen Michalak had while prospecting for silver at Falcon Lake, Manitoba. What he saw that day left him with permanent injuries and brought various military and aerospace experts to the small community. What did he see? Or…
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In our twelfth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman debate the claims made by Jan Perkowski in their 1972 report, "Vampires, dwarves and witches among the Ontario Kashubs". This report discusses the various vampiric creatures that terrorized the community of Wilno, the ways to identify them, and the ways to destr…
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In our eleventh episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman travel to St. Henry's Kronsberg Cemetery. According to Ghost Stories in Saskatchewan, Volume 3, by Jo-Anne Christensen, this is the most haunted cemetery in the province. Legend has it that the cemetery is haunted by not only spirits, but also a dark, winged fi…
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In our tenth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the Tunnel Monster of Cabbagetown. In 1978, Ernest saw this mysterious creature in the tunnels below Toronto -- and then it spoke! 44 years later, the mystery is unsolved. Was it an Indigenous legend come to life, an illusion of a drunken man or something …
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In our ninth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the murder of Frank Smith on May 20, 1935, the subsequent multiple trials of his wife Mary Smith, and the disturbing visions that haunted her afterward. The research for this episode was done by Melanie Cole of melaniecole.com…
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In our eighth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the death of Peter "The Lordly" Verigin. Verigin was a Russian philosopher whose ideology was so extreme that it got him and his fellow Doukhobors kicked out of Russia. They came to Canada to start a new life, only to find a lot of new problems -- ones th…
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In our seventh episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss Oak Island, Nova Scotia, and the supposed treasure buried there. Six people have died trying to get this treasure, with wide-ranging theories of what it might be, including English gold, French jewels, the secret writings of William Shakespeare, or perha…
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In our sixth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the July 5, 2004 disappearance of Tamra Jewel Keepness from her home in Regina, Saskatchewan. We go over testimony from the people in the house, the police and review the possibilities of what may have happened that night.…
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This episode contains mature content. In our fifth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss a Satanic sex cult that terrorized a small Saskatchewan community in the early 1990s, and what we think was really behind the infamous "Martensville Nightmare".
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In our third episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the strange events that occur in Lake Ontario near in Canada's very own Bermuda Triangle. Also, for anybody curious, Ogopogo is in Okanagan Lake in British Columbia. However, Bessie does live in Lake Erie, Ontario.…
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In our second episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman celebrate Halloween by discussing the frequent beheadings of people who visit Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada in the Northwest Territories. This episode covers several ongoing cold cases, so if you have any information about what is happening, please cont…
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In our very first episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss the disappearance of Granger Taylor on November 29, 1980. We realized after recording that we mistook his name as Taylor Granger, not Granger Taylor, so we apologize for that. Going forward Kenton will do his homework better.…
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